Interest-based framing considers the entire context—and all of the underlying interests and values. In order to help you better understand the concept, watch this two-minute explanation.
You can go to college, work, and even get married online. In fact, every 30 seconds, over $1.2 million is generated in e-commerce. Business has gone virtual, but until the past few years, dispute resolution has remained a face-to-face endeavor.
A combative way of thinking is condescending and stale. For comparison, let's consider employers treating their employees with respect. In 2014, revenues increased by an average of 22.2% for the 2014 “Fortune 100 Best Companies to Work For.” And according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, these same companies added new employees at a rate that was five times higher than the national average.
Choosing a professional online mediation service like Resolution Table to resolve your disputes collaboratively—as opposed to combatively—will save you money, but equally as important, it shows your business respects those it serves.
The mediation is conducted entirely on your time, without having to leave your home or office. There is no fee to become a Member. You simply get access to a knowledgeable mediator who will assist with the scheduling process.
Resolutions are creatively crafted. Each party contributes to the agreement, so both sides have an inherent incentive to follow it. No attorney fees, no membership fees, and no court costs.
Why should you give online mediation a try? Watch this two-minute example mediation. It explains our philosophy of interest-based framing, which considers the entire context of the dispute and allows for a productive solution designed by you.
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